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or obama, this government increases in size. and not hearing clear call from the republican party. how they differentiate because you talked about lower taxes, yet the republican leaders in washington just exceeded to $600 billion in new taxes. and offered up, appartly, 800 to begin with. and the president is still encouraged by their generosity to be seeking another trillion. >> well, let's get back to the facts. you know, -- lou: well. well. wait. we. wait. i can let you say that without you explain what you did not mean to say that what i said was not factual. >> oh, no. you did not talk about all the facts. lou: oh, okay. >> the republicans have one house of congress. democrats and the other house of congress. they had a choice. they could have voted toet everybody's taxes go up. the fiscal cliff. or because they could not get the votes to keep nobody'taxes from going up, their choice was, we let everybody sexes go up or do we decide to percent of the people's taxes go up. i donnt like tt tax increase. 662 billion. it's bad policy. it's bad for the economy. -for the country. howeve
from the party's right wing in the next primary elections. if you believe that president obama has done his part by reaching out, can republicans, can they reciprocate without getting blowback from the far right? >> republicans feel that they have reciprocated. that they've made some movement toward president obama, that they gave him revenue as part of that fiscal cliff deal, that last round of brinksmanship they had here in washington. they feel they've done their part and want to see president obama begin to move on entitlements, to really ask his party, his own party to make some sacrifices. of course, president obama and the democrats see that very differently. but that helps explain why it is so hard to get any progress toward a grand bargain. >> chris, i know you've been following all that is happening at cpac very closely. we just heard from steve deace a few moments ago. he said just to paraphrase, if they had a rubio, if they had a rand paul/rubio ticket, all would be right with the gop. what do you make of that? is that their dream ticket in 2016? >> that's a dream ticket. a
. >> his job is to deliver the members of his party. >> reporter: for now lawmakers appear no closer to a deal but they are more optimistic about the possibility of compromise. today president obama is taking a break from budget talks and traveling to illinois. he'll be focusing on another of his big priorities, alternative energy. richard? >> putting those walking shoes on the side after a very busy couple of days for the president. thank you, danielle. >>> a fiery exchange between dianne feinstein and texas's senator, ted cruz. during a senate judiciary committee on banning assault-style weapons, cruz who opposes any weapons ban, questioned the constitutionality of the bill. a sharp clash resulted between feinstein and the tea party freshman. >> namely, would she consider it constitutional for congress to specify that the first amendment shall apply only to the following books and shall not apply to the books that congress has deemed outside the protection of the bill of rights. >> let me just make a couple of points in response. one, i'm not a sixth grader. senator, i've been on t
? >> a decade of war. a decade of war at enormous costs in blood and treasure. >> and barack obama, being in charge of the national security state now. that's another thing. >> that's another change. that gives them the political opening. i think that's an interesting fight within the party, because i think the balance has changed, has shifted on the question of intervention. >> you said in your notes -- >> not all the way. >> not all the way. do you think they're going to return to being a hawkish party? i think if obama doesn't attack iran, for example, they'll go ferociously -- >> the gop is squarely in the neoconservative camp with maybe a toe in the realist camp. they'll find out a way to drown out rand paul at least in the conversation in washington in halls of power. >> let's take a look at mitch mcconnell here today. he also spoke at cpac this morning and poked fun at the age of the democrats. this is an ageist comment, i would say. he's saying, we're the young party, mitch mcconnell. we're the young party. let's take on these golden agers here. let's listen to him. >> don't tell
, members of both political parties calling on president obama to approve the keystone oil pipeline, but the white house says the president is focusing on, quote, more important energy sources right now. mitt romney making his first public speech is since losing the election. what he and future candidates say about where republicans go next. vo: bold helps you re-imagine building castles, oceans, and lagoons in the place we call home. bold is where everyone comes to play. starting our day off with a good dance and singing us to sleep at night. coloring our lives in ways only bold can do. it's no wonder bold will make your reality, a dream. spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs, it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. so it's not about keeping my dentures in, it
on a party line 10-8 vote. it heads to the full senate where it's likely to be defeated. >>> president obama says the u.s. will not wait for iran to develop a nuclear weapon before acting. the renewed comments from the president come as iran releases this video of a purported missile launch. iran has been the subject of harsh economic sanctions. but the actions have not prompted military intervention. >> now, we think that it would take over a year or so for iran to actually develop a nuclear weapon. but obviously, we don't want to cut it too close. and what we're going to be doing is to continue to engage internationally with iran. understanding that we've set up the toughest sanctions ever. it's having a significant effect. >> the president heads to israel next week where officials there have repeatedly called on the white house to establish a clear line that iran cannot cross if it wants to avoid war. >>> a powerful u.s. senator is the subject of a federal investigation. this morning's "washington post" is reporting that a jury is looking into actions about mendez. he is come under scruti
willing to compromise. we'll see if we can do that. >> president obama shows a little optimism on capitol hill after meeting with both parties. light at the end of the tunnel, perhaps. this is "way too early" about to make a compromise this weekend. compromise our livers, that is. st. patty's day, not far away. glad you're with us on this friday. we have a lot to talk about, including a heated exchange between ted cruz and veteran dianne feinstein, over gun control that was described as patronizing. >>> and a terrible day for jpmorgan, as a senate report accuses ceo jamie dimon of hiding the bank's loss. >>> according to the national journal, the 2016 republican presidential primaries are officially -- unofficially, under way. rising gop stars marco rubio and rand paul kicked things off at the first day of cpac, each providing a vision of the future for their party. the junior senator from florida was the first to address the crowd, speaking about fiscal responsibility, and the need to defend social values. >> we believe in solving our debt problem. because it's hurting job creation. the
legislative action. but i think they also recognize from president obama to vice president biden to jay carney, they recognize the political realities, not just in the republican party, but in the democratic party. >> and kelly o'donnell, the news today here with cpac in town and the conservatives coalescing and their own divisions, not inviting chris christie. not inviting bob mcdonald, and yes, mitt romney and we're expecting him to be getting up any minute and speak, his first speech since the defeat and now we have the man who some would say was second in line to become his running mate, and senator portman. let's talk about senator portman. let's talk about his big news today. >> who is known for his economic positions and skills in that area, has never been one of the republicans who talks about social issues a lot and he has come out to say that he now will be supportive of gay marriage and in great degree, that is the personal journey he has gone through. because his son, will, told jane his wife and senator portman about being gay. and they reviewed it in sort of their own hearts and
asia pacific. he met last month with u.s. president barack obama. they agreed that kmilted to agreeing all tariffs is not a requirement for joining talks. members of the democratic party signed off on thursdays on a plan to protect tariffs on rice, white and three other agriculture products. the prime minister is expected to come out to explain his position on the free trade deal. he can expect to face some criticism. there just as many oppose the tpp as those that support it. >> tell us more about that. the transpacific partnership is designed to create a free trade zone for countries around the pacific rim. negotiations started in 2010 among eight countries. 11 countries are now taking part. the total population of these nations is about 650 million. that accounts for about a third of the world's gross domestic product. the country's taking part in the talks hope to conclude the negotiations by the end of this year. if japan decides to take part, what would be the impact on i wants economy. there are advantages and disadvantages. here are some of the major issues. u.s. ta
obama admitny would have been tied for the gay vote. their gay votes on the table, if the party were only open, warm, welcoming, as welcoming as bob portman was and is to his own son. >> what i would say probably there are votes of women and -- >> other americans -- >> would say, oh, the party isn't as far right on the social issue that i care about as i thought it was. buzz feed has an exclusive and a very choice quote from the man who just drops these quotes like golden eggs. he is a, he is veritable hen of -- i'm mixing my metaphors. but frost or freeze coming up to buzz feed yesterday. saying i've said before, the number one thing that we have to work on is protect the number one thing we have to work on is protecting the gay community from sharia law. now i read this to one great, foster freeze is for gay rights. he understands that gays in america on the global stage face threats that much of the rest of the world don't or other communities don't. but the sharia law piece? >> i think a lot of conservatives are looking for a way to get from where they are, to being pro gay and f
. at the last few gatherings of c- pac, the focus was on taking back the white house from president obama. but with last november's defeat of mitt romney, this key bloc of conservative enthusiasts has set its sights on a new goal: reshaping and reenergizing the republican party. romney offered his own assessment today, in his first public address since his concession speech on election night. >> each of us in our own way is going to have to step up and meet our responsibilities. i'm sorry i won't be your president, but i will be your co-worker and i'll work shoulder-to-shoulder alongside you. ( applause ) >> reporter: romney may be stepping away from the stage, but his running mate wisconsin congressman paul ryan is back in the thick of fiscal fights on capitol hill. today, he addressed the deficit. >> by living beyond our means, government is sending us a message. it is saying, if you plan ahead, if you make sacrifices for your kids, if you save, you're a sucker. it is brazenly stealing from our children and our young adults and it has to stop. >> reporter: amid the stickers, tchotchkes
without going bankrupt. some are calling president obama's debt crisis. he tried pitching lowering cost of entitlement in exchange for new taxes. despite reports the meetings are just for show. party leaders are optimistic. >> they were inspiring optimistic realistic and called for unit and invited any thoughts we had before going forward. >> it was a candid exchange with a number of our members asking questions of the president. as you can image talked about all different issues confronting us with considerable proportion of time transcended issue of time that is our deficit and debt. >> our nation's debt $16 trillion. >> it is time now to brew on this. here's what we would like you to brew on today. a recent report found that more companies are turning to tracking devices to monitor employee's habits to find out how they are interacting with co-workers. bank of america did this when team members talked to each other often. one ceo persworker said they co be recorded by watching movements>> or reading e-mails. >> companies putting sensors on employees to track their every move? is this
some in his party to defund president obama's health care law as part of a key government spending bill. >> our goal here is cut spending. it's not to shut down the government. i believe that trying to put obamacare on this vehicle risks shutting down the government. that's not what our goal is. our goal here is to reduce spending. bill: there is clearly disagreement on that front. assuming the senate passes the spending measure the house will have to take it up by the end of the march, march 27th, 12 days from now. that is the day the government's current budget authority will expire. six minutes past the hour. martha: market is on a tear lately, right? it reached another milestone in the bull market recording the 10th straight day of gains on thursday. that is the longist winning streak since november of 1996. very impressive in terms of new highs reached. let's bring in fox business network's charles payne with his thoughts on this. how significant is this run, charles? >> it is extraordinarily significant, in a sense to your point one for the record books so far. there are only coup
the polls say. i mean don't tell me republicans are the party of millionaires and billionaires when obama's campaign arm is charging people half a million dollars for a meeting over near the white house. [applause] we all know so-called wall street street reforms are embraced by wall street but feared by main street. fortune 500 ceo's embrace his tax hikes while small businesses shutter their windows. we're for millionaires and billionaires? come on. don't tell me democrats are the ones looking out for working families. the only thing this administration's economic policies have accomplished when it comes to class is to insure that the poor stay poor. [applause] s and that the middle class lose their ability to become rich. and that the richest among us are forever insulated, forever insulated by a government that protects them from failure. ladies and gentlemen, never before has there been so little risk that rich could become poor, or that poor could become rich. don't tell me democrats are the party of compassion. if you ask me, the liberal idea of helping the poor was to lot more like
's not good enough for you? >> we can get into this. generally in washington, both parties, especially during the bush administration and especially more during the obama administration, pushing everything to future generations. if you're going to push everything to the future generations, it's time we stand up for ourselves and have someone in the future generations stand up and lead now. if you're going to push everything on us, punt all the problems to us, we're going to stand up and say, that's not right, not fair, not moral. the fact of the matter is the interest payments on the debt, alone, are going to bankrupt us. talking about going from $250 billion a year which we pay on interest now to $1 trillion a year ten years down the road. where are we going to get the $750 billion? >> so your solution is immediate austerity, cut everything? >> no. you know, if we were actually to freeze government spending now we'd have a balanced budget in four years according to cbo. >> you support the rand paul approach which would be to balance the budget miraculously in five years? >> i don't thing it'
, obama care, and we have heard many times the first thing that came out that was said there repeal obama care and when you look at this, are these the ideas that are going to move the party forward? is this new? >> i don't know if it is new, richard, but it is something that if you look at what is going on capitol hill with the budget discussions, paul ryan has a budget out to repeal obama care to save mo money, so that the republicans are not running away from that message, but doubling down on the sort of, you know, the sort of limited spending a and the government is too large and we have a spending problem, and that is a message that is carrying the day. on the other hand, you ran down all of the speakers, and there are some speakers who have been famously left out of this and more moderates like chris christie, and bob mcdonald of virginia and so is this the full republican party and is the debate thorough enough? that is the question that you will see out of here. marco rubio did not address immigration in his speech. these are big issues that are going to be where is the republica
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president obama wrapped up separate meetings with senate republicans and house democrats of trying to avert a government shutdown on march 27th. meanwhile, the two parties have advanced rival longer term budgets in both houses. the full senate could vote next week on a democratic blueprint that calls for roughly eight trillion dollars in new tax revenues over the coming decade. >> gun control advocates scored a big victory on the assault weapons ban, but not without emotional fireworks between lawmakers. the senate judiciary committee has approved an assault weapons ban that was proposed by california senator dianne feinstein. as she was clearly angry when a matter member of the two- party and senate colleague tried to scold her about the constitution. >> it seems to me that all of us could be seeing are foundational document as the constitution. >> i am not a sixth grader. i have been on this committee for 20 years. i was a mayor for nine years. i walked in and saw people shot. i saw the bodies that were shot with these weapons. i have seen the bullets that and closed. sandy hook youngster
and medicaid needs to be gutted. senator alexander said obama must also go against the grain in his own party as much as lyndon johnson or richard nixon did in forging ties with china. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: bad analogy. so the president must go against his party by gutting medicare which is just like lyndon johnson getting civil rights. >> stephanie: we have a dusty jingle for that. >> thanks for playing really bad analogy! [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you for playing in my box. >> i ain't going anywhere near your box. >> stephanie: you just found a little magic. amy from chicago. >> caller: hi, guys i was thinking about those grinder ads you have been reading this morning. >> craigslist. >> stephanie: craigslist. >> caller: i'm sorry you are right. >> stephanie: grinder is not for the kids. >> caller: well, know. i was thinking maybe it is a big ploy to convert the gays or out them, punish them. >> stephanie: hum. >> caller: i don't know. >> stephanie: it's har -- only dr. keith a-blow can figure that out. >> is grinder sort for organ grinder does that doesn't sound lik
party has apparently. >> even faster. david gregory, we'll be watching, thank youure siyouure. >>> and we'll talk to michael orren, obama's wish list, the president has an idea how he'd like to spend free time in tel aviv. >> sometimes i have this fantasy that i can put on a disguise and, you know, wear a fake mustache and i could wander through tel aviv and go to a bar and -- >> all right. but first, a look ahead at today's politics planner. you'll see there's some nonpolitics stuff on there, some very important basketball games for the city of miami. you're watching "the daily rundown" only on msnbc. mom always got good nutrition to taste great. she was a picky eater. well now i'm her dietitian and last year, she wasn't eating so well. so i recommended boost complete nutritional drink to help her get the nutrition she was missing. and now she drinks it every day. well, it tastes great! [ male announcer ] boost has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support strong bones, and 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle. and our great taste i
cities. siemens. answers. great first gig! let's go! party! awwwww... arigato! we are outta here! party...... finding you the perfect place, every step of the way. >> back in july of 2008 when then senator barack obama was campaigning to be president, he addressed a crowd in fargo, north dakota. >> the problem is, is that the way bush has done it over the last eight years is to take out a credit card from the bank of china in the name of our children, driving up our national debt from 5 trillion dollars for the first 42 presidents, number 43 added 4 trillion dollars by his lonesome so that we now have over 9 trillion dollars of debt that we are going to have to pay back $30,000 for every man, woman and child. that's irresponsible. it's unpatriotic. >> bill: well, here is president obama earlier this week being asked about the national debt approaching 17 trillion dollars. >> we don't have an immediate crisis in terms of debt. in fact, for the next ten years, it's going to be in a sustainable place. my goal is not to chase a balanced budget just for the sake of balance. >> bi
. >> they choose to vote for obama and the democrats. that's fair, isn't it? >> that goes to the broader point that i think the chairman there was making about how the party now in a forum like this has an opportunity to broaden its message to reconnect with these voters who are sitting on the periphery looking at us and wondering what is our next act going to be? >> in the spirit of commonality, i have to say michael and agree on one thing. i voted for him for the senate for a lot of good reasons. one of them, i like him personally. i think diversity in the united states senate is way overdue. your last thought, allen. by the way, we agree on the pope. your last thought tonight? >> my last thought, one of the greatest things we're doing here is an immigration panel. you'd be amazed at the great not only turnout but the great reception we've had on comprehensive reform on immigration in america. right here at cpac, the epicenter of the conservative movement. i'm very proud of that. i'm proud to be for comprehensive immigration reform. i'm proud that my movement is embracing the concept and if
and there is no word of any breakthrough after president obama wrapped up a separate meeting with senate republicans and house democrats on ways to avert a government shutdown on march 27th. meanwhile, the two parties have advance of arrival long term but is in both houses. the full senate could vote next week on a democratic blueprint that calls for roughly eight trillion dollars in new tax revenues over the coming decade. >> gun control advocates scored a big victory on the assault weapons ban, but not without emotional fireworks between lawmakers. the senate judiciary committee has approved an assault weapons ban that was proposed by california senator dianne feinstein. if she was clearly angry when a member of the tea party and senate colleague tried to " educate " kerr about the constitution. >> senator, i am not a sixth grader. i have been on this committee for a while. i have seen the bullets that have been dashed- >> the measure now goes to the full senate for consideration. it is going to be a tough fight because of opposition by the nra and an expected filibuster by republicans. feinstein
in the region or attack the u.s. homeland in some way. we suspect in the ron believes that president obama lacks the will to confront them, much less change them. but do we have the will to do so. that has been even more acute sense last week. at least one leader, a tea party leader, was prepared to stand up to the constitution. senator paul was wrong about one thing. it is not as easy to distinguish between combatants and noncombatants as suggested. foreign terrorists do not stop being terrorists would because he or she is far from the battlefield. if we accept that it is never a legitimate target, we cannot protect ourselves from terrorists. we will have placed our liberty in danger. similarly, we cannot accept defense cuts that may prove more costly overtime by putting our security at risk. we should replace that with other cards. [applause] we cannot be serious about government if we are not also serious about all enemies, foreign and domestic. the reason we have our constitution is because our former system of government could not protect the nation will pay the debt as we confront today's
after president obama wrapped up separate meetings with senate republicans and house democrats on try to avert a government shutdown on march 27th. meanwhile, the two parties have advance rival longer-term budget in both houses. >> the full senate could vote next week on a democratic blueprint that calls for roughly a trillion dollars in new tax revenues over the coming decade. >> house speaker john boeh ner says he is turning down president obamas invitation to go to rome. to be part of the u.s. delegation at the pope's cancellation. >> he says he would like to go, but isn't possible with his duties including the budget debate and hosting the irish prime minister at the capitol. he says he's grateful for the invitation. joe biden, the for from catholic to be elected vice- president, is leading the delegation. >> senator rob portman, a prominent ohio conservative, is reversing his hard-line position against gay marriage. it has to do with another revelation, one deeply personal. his 21 year-old son, will is gay, something he learned two years ago. here is what ford and that say about
, if we are aspiring to build a big tent republican party, there has got to be room for everybody. and we have got to let this evolution happen at its own and natural pace. for everybody. it took barack obama -- it took president obama years to evolve on this as well. so let's be patient. and let's give people their time to come up with their own decisions. make their own plans. make their own principles known. it's a personal decision, a personal choice. >> thanks so much for the conversation this morning. >> thanks so much, carol. >>> hands-free phones are not new but samsung's if you galaxy s iv is no ordinary phone. you can control the thing with your eyes. so we find out, is this the next step in all mobile phones? director's voice: here we go. from the top. and action for over 75 years people have saved money with gecko so.... director's voice: cut it! ...what...what did i say? gecko? i said gecko? aw... for over 75 year...(laughs. but still trying to keep it contained) director's voice: keep it together. i'm good. i'm good. for over 75...(uncontrollable laughter). what are you doin
trump, paul ryan. if you need any more evidence of the divide that exists in the republican party consider this, one of the most popular figures in the party, new jersey governor chris christie, a guy who praised president obama's response to hurricane sandy last fall, was not invited. >> all right, peter alexander in washington. peter, thank you very much. >>> to the vatican where pope francis is addressing his cardinals as he settles into his role as leader of the vatican church. natalie is at the vatican, good morning to you. >> good morning to you, savannah. well in style and substance we're seeing a new tone already for the papacy. a message of simplicity, shunning wealth, and a message of humility. in his meeting with the cardinals this morning, pope francis was getting off the throne and just stumbled there, proving he is human, and proving that he is not perfect. in his first mass before them thursday, according to reports, the pope refused to even deliver the homily that was prepared for him and instead chose to preach off the cuff using his own words, and not from the pa
plan for 2014. the party line vote was 12-10. that is next on c-span. president obama was back on capitol hill for a third meeting with lawmakers. this afternoon, the president met with senate republicans and house democrats. we'll hear more about the meetings later. on the next "washington journal" , a "wall street journal" reporter will talk about the budgets that the senate is working on this week. we're take your calls, e-mails, and tweets. "washington journal" each morning at 7:00 eastern on c-span. >> i think for dollly madison, what she offered us is a model for government that stressed stability and empathy. she's modeling this for us. we look to our founding generations because we need examples and role models. her way of connecting politics and building bridges and not bumpingers is a model that we can use for the future. >> conversation on dollley madison is on c-span. >> this story started in 1860 when congress finally acted after many decades of difficulty with private contractor printers in an effort to relieve their woe of waste and abuse. they created an entity
four americans, including the u.s. ambassador, were killed in the attack and the obama administration faced intense criticism from republicans -- of course the story should have said, it faced intense criticism from americans from all parties and from all of the mainstream media, but it doesn't because they have to report accurately. it was only republicans. in the aftermath over security problems and apparent inconsistencies and officials explanation of what happened. lately, however, the focus has turned to the attack survivors who still have not been named. six months later. separately a diplomatic security source told fox news the state department's diplomatic security agent who was in the most serious condition suffered a severe head injury during the second wave of the attack at the annex from mortar and rocket propelled grenades. the story goes on, the real story is this administration continues to stone wall as it did and has and continues on the american individuals and organization os that have -- organizations that have helped support terrorism, that are working against the
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